Range rules/requirements (Read 1822 times)

TastesLikeMetal

Range rules/requirements
« on: November 24, 2016, 10:24:34 AM »
I'd like to check it out some time but live in Kaimuki so want to make sure I bring what's necessary.  Here are my questions.

1. Dress requirements.
2. Caliber limits/Ammo available.
3. Are there any legal docs required.
4. Anything else I need to know?

Thank you

Boxcar682

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2016, 10:38:15 AM »
Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving!

From X-Ring's website:


To use our facility, please follow these instructions before coming to X-Ring Indoor Range.

Four firearm limit per person (no more than 2 long guns).
No outside ammunition.
No outside target.
Firearm must be in a case no longer than 41″.
Minimun age requirement 13 years old, must be with legal guardians.
Photo Idenfication required for use of the range facility. (Children must have State ID Card)

Dress Code

To ensure a SAFE and satisfactory experience, the following dress code will be enforced.

The following are NOT allowed:

Flip-Flops, sandals or open footwear of any kind.
Tank tops or low-cut tops.
Clothing or jewelry displaying: drugs, obscenities, lewd or illegal behavior, sexual overtones. etc. or any reference that is disruptive or disrespecful to others.


TastesLikeMetal

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2016, 11:19:31 AM »
Didn't know they had a Website, thanks and Happy Thanksgiving.  I'll go see if there's a Caliber limit there.

Heavies

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #3 on: November 24, 2016, 02:31:20 PM »
I am thinking they said the backstop can handle up to .50BMG.

You have to buy ammo from them when you shoot, so probably better to call first and see if they have what you want before you go down.

nhtango

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2016, 04:22:50 PM »
Oh goodness, no. Rifle caliber up to 7.62/.308 and all Pistol calibers.
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Heavies

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2016, 06:10:56 PM »
Guess that entire flier they put out is out the window entirely..  cause it said .50BMG RATED.

Oh well.

WTF?Shane

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #6 on: September 09, 2017, 03:17:18 PM »
Bumping this because of new policies put into place. I don't pay attention to their social media stuff, so I was unaware. I asked Brian of their rapid fire policies before I started blasting away.

Need to be qualified by them to shoot from holster, and rapid fire from handgun and long gun.

Have to take their CCW class to allow to draw from holster.

Rapid fire qualification is on 14" target at 7yds for handgun and 15yds for long gun. Drills are controlled pair (not sure of par time), 5rds in 3 seconds, and 10rds in 5 seconds.

$20 for qualifying run. Qualification is good for 1 year.

If any officials want to clarify or add to this, please correct me.  :thumbsup:

suka

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2017, 08:26:52 PM »
glad I didn't hop onto their bandwagon ; at 120rds a min. seems like KoKo Head speeds.

Why bother if someone can't shoot at least 300-500 rds a min.

PalisadesKid

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #8 on: September 10, 2017, 06:25:42 PM »
Bumping this because of new policies put into place. I don't pay attention to their social media stuff, so I was unaware. I asked Brian of their rapid fire policies before I started blasting away.

Need to be qualified by them to shoot from holster, and rapid fire from handgun and long gun.

Have to take their CCW class to allow to draw from holster.

Rapid fire qualification is on 14" target at 7yds for handgun and 15yds for long gun. Drills are controlled pair (not sure of par time),2rnds in 2 seconds, 5rds in 3 seconds, and 10rds in 5 seconds.

$20 for qualifying run. Qualification is good for 1 year.

If any officials want to clarify or add to this, please correct me.  :thumbsup:

Yes sir you're right.

Just did the pistol rapid fire qualification myself last weekend. It's pretty easy and definitely do-able. One thing to add in addition to what you previously mentioned, is that 15 out of 17 shots MUST remain within the outer most No. 5 ring in addition to getting those incremental shots at each interval noted above.

zippz

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #9 on: September 21, 2017, 08:29:46 PM »
You have to do it every year? :wacko:
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Bushido

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #10 on: September 22, 2017, 08:53:15 PM »
You have to do it every year? :wacko:

I believe they were doing a free qualification if you are signed up for their next League Night.

WTF?Shane

Re: Range rules/requirements
« Reply #11 on: September 23, 2017, 12:10:08 PM »
You have to do it every year? :wacko:

Bumping this because of new policies put into place. I don't pay attention to their social media stuff, so I was unaware. I asked Brian of their rapid fire policies before I started blasting away.

Need to be qualified by them to shoot from holster, and rapid fire from handgun and long gun.

Have to take their CCW class to allow to draw from holster.

Rapid fire qualification is on 14" target at 7yds for handgun and 15yds for long gun. Drills are controlled pair (not sure of par time), 5rds in 3 seconds, and 10rds in 5 seconds.

$20 for qualifying run. Qualification is good for 1 year.

If any officials want to clarify or add to this, please correct me.  :thumbsup: